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Subject: Immigration Law

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  • AccessUN
    AccessUN is an index to United Nations documents including Official Records, masthead documents, draft resolutions, meeting records, U.N. Sales Publications, and the U.N. Treaty Series citations. Also included is the full text of several thousand U.N. documents.
  • MPI Data Hub
    "The MPI Data Hub showcases in-depth and latest data on immigrant trends and patterns in the United States and around the world. Research tools include US State Data on the Foreign Born, Maps of the Foreign Born, the World Migration Map, Comparative Charts and Tables, the Global Remittances Guide, and asylum data. To date, the Data Hub has compiled stock, flow, citizenship, asylum, and historical data for 17 countries, including the United States, as well as extensive data from the US Census Bureau and Department of Homeland Security that cover the numbers and characteristics of immigrant populations residing in and arriving to the United States every year. We work with demographers and government experts to bring the most accurate and relevant data on international migration and immigrant integration together in one place. Jump to research tools available on the following topics: US Immigration, Immigrant Integration, European Migration, Migration and Development, and Refugee Protection."
  • Official Document System of the United Nations
    ODS Online is the official repository for documents published by the United Nations. The full text of documents dating back to 1992 is accessible in all official languages of the United Nations. Documents are stored in two databases, UN Documentation, which includes documents back to 1992 and UN Resolutions, which includes resolutions of the General Assembly, Security Council, Economic and Social Council and Trusteeship Council since 1946 .
  • ProQuest History Vault
    Key archival materials on Civil Rights and the Black Freedom Struggle, Southern Life and Slavery, American Politics and Society and International Relations and Military Conflicts. Material includes digitized letters, papers, diaries and other primary source material.
  • TRACfed
    TRAC's core purpose is to make statistical information about the federal government's enforcement and regulatory effort more accessible to the public. It focuses on Immigration and on the ATF, IRS, DEA, FBI and DHS. TRACFED is a dynamic subscription site. The Law Library has a subscription, so you can request specific statistics, detailed listings, maps or charts and have the information returned to the browser.